The Lasting Impact of Bruce Lee on Martial Arts and The World
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It's been nearly 50 years since the death of martial arts legend Bruce Lee, but his impact is still being felt today. Widely considered one of the most influential martial artists of all time, Bruce Lee's unique approach to fighting has influenced generations of practitioners and helped create an entirely new style of martial arts. Let's take a look at how Bruce Lee changed the world of martial arts forever.
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MLS Seattle Sounders Celebrate Bruce Lee With New Uniforms
Major League Soccer's Seattle Sounders franchise unveiled their new secondary kit Wednesday and, as long rumored, it will feature a tribute to one-time Seattle resident, Bruce Lee. The mostly red uniforms feature a hand drawn dragon wrapping around them along with Lee's signature on the bottom corner of the jersey and the yin yang symbol Lee used to represent his jeet kune do system on the neck.
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Ang Lee
Two-time Academy Award-winning best director Ang Lee has finalized a deal with Sony's 3000 Pictures to direct a biopic of the late martial arts film star Bruce Lee according to Deadline. Among the film's producers are Bruce Lee's daughter, Shannon.
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11 Things You Didn't Know About Jeet Kune Do Expert Dan Inosanto

Here are some fun facts about the acclaimed Filipino-American martial artist, who was a student of both Ed Parker and Bruce Lee.

Most modern martial artists know Dan Inosanto as a first-generation student of Bruce Lee and one of the world's premier jeet kune do instructors. What many don't know is that Inosanto has been an integral part of other corners of the martial arts community and a key player in martial arts history for more than four decades. Presented below are 11 little-known facts about the master's involvement in our universe.

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